My project website numphp.org is based on the PHP micro framework Slim. There is no nead for a cms or blog system. I just need some static pages and a little bit of logic. My posts on numphp.org are just static html files that will be served with the php function file_get_contents. But I would like to make the posts searchable. The easy way would be a slim route for search that is just checking if the searched query is contained in every post of my blog. But in near future I would like to make also the documentation searchable. So I will use the hooks of the Slim Framework. Hooks are the same as events in other frameworks. You can throw them and listen or observe them.
Two weeks ago I could not find events in the Slim Framework so I made a Pull Requests to add a EventManager to the Framework. But before sending the Pull Request I have figured out, events are just called hooks:)
I just was thinking about Fuzzy Search and why it isn't possible in mysql. Sure there is SOUNDEX in Mysql, but that's not what I want. I want search results from the Levenshtein distance. But Mysql didn't has such a function. I guess the best solution would be a search server like SOLR or Elasticsearch. But on a shared hosting you haven't such a cool thing. A possible solution is to return all results of the table and work with the levenshtein function of php. I guess in the most cases this is the best solution. But I just want to test an other way, I guess maybe a very stupid way.